The digital version of Professional Jeweller's March issue is now available to read online at the click of a mouse, with all the same features as the hard copy and easy-to-use page-turning technology.
The March issue includes a focus on brands getting creative with silver as its price rises, and QVC's latest student jewellery design competition Hidden Gem.
Professional Jeweller's editor Rachael Taylor interviews Birmingham Assay Office's chief executive Michael Allchin on how the company has adapted its offer as hallmarking figures have dropped, while our Ask the Expert feature delves into the toughening rules of gold and precious metal weighing.
There's a glittering selection of New Products, including a fairtrade fairmined gold ring with multicoloured gemstones by Hattie Rickard, and lace-designed rose gold vermail hoop earrings by Grecian designer Joanna Cave.
Finally, don't forget this month's Trends pages in which our contributors Adorn Insight inhale the sweet scent of floral jewels, and take a closer look at the designers currently inspired by flora and fauna.
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